It’s easy to underestimate the sheer magnitude of FREEDOM PARK, the biggest urban park created in the United States over the past 100 years. Freedom Park has 210 linear acres that link the MLK National Historic Site to the Carter Library to Little Five Points. The land originally was acquired by the state for the Stone Mountain Freeway, which thanks to protesting neighbors was never built. Instead, there’s an almost six-mile river of green that attracts cyclists, joggers and dog walkers. Freedom Park is also the city’s first and only designated “public arts park” and features seven permanent installations, including the controversial Stonehenge-like series of 54 concrete pillars designed by the late Sol LeWitt, at the intersection of Highland Avenue and Glen Iris Boulevard. We’re hopeful that, despite tension between the arts community and the city, Freedom Park soon will see an influx of temporary exhibits, too.